Ozarks National Golf Course

Designed by architects Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, Ozarks National is the latest golf course in Branson to open under the Big Cedar Lodge name.

Coore, Crenshaw, and Johnny Morris—noted conservationist and found of Bass Pro Shops—worked together to create in Ozarks National a golf experience that immerses players in the beauty of the Ozarks terrain.

The 18-hole course, which measures 7,036 yards from the back trees, is masterfully carved into the landscape, producing holes that both challenge golfers’ games and delight their senses.

The most visually unique feature at Ozarks National might be the 400-foot wooden beam and plank bridge on the 13th hole that towers 60 feet above a rushing creek, but each turn of the course brings new sights that connect players to the nature around them.

Ozarks National is located next to Mountain Top Course—a 13-hole, par-3 course designed by Gary Player—and near Tom Fazio-designed Buffalo Ridge Springs, rated the Number One Public Course in Missouri by Golf Magazine.

Ozarks National Golf Course is walkable and capable of hosting tournament on the PGA Tour, PGA Tour Champions, USGA and PGA of America schedules. The course will re-open in late April 2019 following the Legends of Golf Tournament.

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